Endometriosis Study Recruits
The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development invites women with pelvic pain associated with endometriosis to take part in a new treatment study. Call the Patient Recruitment and Public Liaison Office for more information: 1-800-411-1222.
Schizophrenia Study Needs Subjects
Researchers at the National Institute of Mental Health seek adult sisters, brothers and parents of family members with schizophrenia for a study of genetic and other differences among them. Compensation is provided. Call the Patient Recruitment and Public Liaison Office for more information on this and other schizophrenia studies at NIH: 1-800-411-1222.
Moody Teenagers Sought
You and your 14-16-year-old may be eligible to take part in research at the National Institute of Mental Health. This is a study about how young people experience emotions, and how bad moods can cause problems. Payment will be provided. For details, call Barbara Usher, 496-1301.
Psoriasis Study Seeks Volunteers
National Cancer Institute researchers seek people with psoriasis for a new treatment study. Call the Patient Recruitment and Public Liaison Office for more information about taking part: 1-800-411-1222.
Paid Volunteers Needed
Are you 18 to 35 years old? In good health? You may qualify to participate in a study of commonly prescribed medications. The study involves multiple visits over a 3-month period. Men and women may earn up to $880 and get free medical tests. Call the Uniformed Services University at (301) 319-8204.
Hypertension Study Needs Volunteers
The NIH Cardiology Branch is recruiting patients with high blood pressure for a 3-day outpatient study. Volunteers should not have any other medical problems and should not have a cholesterol higher than 200 mg/dL. Participants will be paid. Call 496-8739.